Scotia wants to spur growth

He said another program being implemented is the "economic development" line that was added to this year's village budget.

Also, a total of $20,000 in Metroplex funds will be used to pave John Street.

"Future uses could be anything the board decides will most benefit economic development in the village," said Kastberg.

Also at the Monday meeting, the Planning Board addressed concerns voiced by a neighbor of the Subway property located at the 234 Mohawk Ave., who complained of the grass not being mowed and excessive garbage. The owner of the property, Lawrence Jasenski of Draper Development, was out of town and unable to respond to the board.

Building Inspector Dan Adams said he will change the court date in an attempt to have Draper Development appear at the next Planning Board meeting.

The Planning Board meets next at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 8. ""

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